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World trade and the small farmer: can they co-exist?



World trade and the small farmer: can they co-exist?



World agricultural trade: the potential for growth Proceedings of a Symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, May 18 and 19, 1978: 14-17



The chairman of the subcommittee on Agriculture of the Senate Appropriations Committee discusses the policy considerations underlying recent trends in US agricultural exports. He stresses that if the US is to stay true to its commitment to a free market system, it cannot allow restrictive trade practices to occur on a broad scale. It is the nature of the US trading system that actions in the world market place reflect immediately on the domestic market.

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